Black woman claims Chick-Fil-A wrote racial slurs upon receipt

A black woman accuses a North Carolina Chick-fil-A employee for writing a racial slur on her receipt and snapped a now-viral photo to prove it.

Nyiashia Jackson19, entered the drive-thru in Charlotte last week, where she says the incident happened.

Black Chick-fil-A customer receives racist slurs on her receipt, photos show

When Jackson received her order, she found that her name had been replaced with a racial slur — the N-word — with the slur in question reportedly being misspelled with just a G WCCB Charlotte.

“I was just shocked. I literally parked right there, I couldn’t eat the food,” Jackson told the news outlet.

She said she gave the first worker her name before driving to the drive-through window, where another employee handing her the order pointed out the racial slur. WSOC reports.

“He said, ‘You might want to see what they call your name,'” Jackson told the outlet. “I was just shocked. I literally parked right there. I couldn’t eat the food, I was just shocked.”

Nyiashia Jackson’s Mom Demands Her Co-worker Be Fired, Chick-Fil-A Releases Statement

Jackson’s mother April added: “A young lady taking her order asked for her name. She told them her name was Nyiashia and she hung up her ticket (N-word).”

She went on to say that she would like the employee in question to be fired.

Chick-fil-A released a statement to WCCB stating the “company’s expectation that diners will be treated with honor, dignity and respect at all Chick-fil-A restaurants” and that the location has attempted to come to terms with Contact Jackson to apologize directly.

“The operator/owner of Chick-fil-A Mountain Island has thoroughly investigated and attempted to get in touch with the customer to better understand her experience and apologize for the situation,” it said.

The fast food chain’s site has ‘started additional training to ensure this doesn’t happen again’

The fast-food chain’s statement attempted to explain the insult by saying, “We understand this is a misspelling of the customer’s name” and that “the operator has begun additional training … to ensure this is not repeated.” occurs.”

“While we understand this as a misspelling of the customer’s name, this does not negate the impact or experience of our guests. The operator has started additional training at their restaurant to ensure this doesn’t happen again. We sincerely apologize for the damage caused by this incident,” the company added.

Jackson’s angry mother scoffed at the thought of training and that she wants the employee fired for not being trained “not to call someone *****.”

“You shouldn’t have to be trained not to call someone. I’m just being as honest as I can be, I want the employee fired,” she told the WSOC.

Family is currently suing Chick-Fil-A, a company with a history of such problems

April Jackson, while confirming that Chick-Fil-A has reached out to the family, added that she cannot speak on the matter as they are currently filing a lawsuit against the fast-food company.

This is hardly the first time Chick-Fil-A has been accused of racism or other discriminatory incidents. In September, a tone-deaf tweet about serving the black community caught the attention of social media, who vocally angered the company NBC News.

And in 2019, CEO Dan Cathy’s public pronouncements against gay marriage prompted widespread backlash, protests, and boycotts of the brand. CNBC reported at the time. Black woman claims Chick-Fil-A wrote racial slurs upon receipt

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